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Albums : 10     Total votes : 24     Reviews : 0
Submitted by level 15 김한별 (2007-09-15)
Last modified by level 21 Eagles (2017-12-17)

Sleep

a.k.a.ex-Asbestos Death
CountryUnited States
Formed1990, Oakland, California
GenresStoner Metal, Doom Metal, Sludge Metal
LabelsTupelo Recording Company, The Music Cartel, Earache Records, Tee Pee Records
Years active?-1990 (Asbestos Death), 1990-1998, 2009-present
Website

Line-up (members)

  • Al Cisneros : Bass, Vocals (1990-1998, 2009-present)
  • Matt Pike : Guitars (1990-1998, 2009-present)
  • Jason Roeder : Drums (2009-present)

Former members

  • Chris Hakius : Drums (1990-1998, 2009)
  • Justin Marler : Guitars (1990-1992)
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Sleep Discography

Album titleLyrics TypeRelease dateRatingVotesReviews
Demo-00
Sleep - Volume 1LyricsAlbum88.520
LyricsEP-00
Sleep - Sleep's Holy MountainLyricsAlbum87.760
Sleep - JerusalemLyricsAlbum9010
Sleep - DopesmokerLyricsAlbum83.670
Live-00
Live-00
Single-00
Sleep - The SciencesLyricsAlbum89.480

Sleep Photos

Al Cisneros and Matt Pike
Al Cisneros and Matt Pike
Matt Pike @ Desertfest London 2017
Matt Pike @ Desertfest London 2017
Al and Matt in the past (above) and present (below)
Al and Matt in the past (above) and present (below)
Post-Sleep with Justin Marler and Chris Hakius.
Post-Sleep with Justin Marler and Chris Hakius.

Best Sleep Songs

RankSong titleAlbum titleRatingVotes
1The Sciences (2018)1001
2The Sciences (2018)1001
3The Sciences (2018)951
4The Sciences (2018)901
5Dopesmoker (2003)851
6The Sciences (2018)82.52
7The Sciences (2018)802
Additional notes
Formed from the ashes of Asbestos Death. Sleep split up in 1998; Matt Pike went on to form High on Fire, while Al Cisneros and Chris Hakius formed Om. A reunion took place in 2009, then Chris retired from music and was replaced by Neurosis drummer Jason Roeder.

Sleep songs "Dragonaut" and "Some Grass" are featured in the official soundtrack of the movie Gummo and can also be heard during the movie. The song "Dopesmoker" (highly shortened, obviously) was included in the official soundtrack of the movie Broken Flowers, directed by Jim Jarmusch and starring Bill Murray and Sharon Stone.
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Reviews : 7,870
Albums : 122,313
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